Nissan has just announced an interesting milestone in terms of sustainable mobility. You have exceeded the to 75,000 electric vehicles sold in Europe. In this way it seems that this type of car to move forward in our continent, while adding the rest of the world already exceed the off 260,000 units of these models of zero emissions. Lets clear the bet of the japanese brand for this type of Smart Mobility.
at The same time it was announced that the sales of the Nissan LEAF have grown on 10% in Europe during the first half of 2016. In this same period, the electric van, Nissan e-NV200 also increased its sales by 34% with respect to the previous year. On the contrary, in our country the market of vehicle electrical suffered a decline of 43.6 per cent during the past month of October, although the trend was also positive for Nissan.
In Spain in October, Nissan increased its sales by 15.3% and was considered as a leader in electric vehicles, with a market share of 37%. “The electric vehicle market in Europe is growing at an extraordinary rate because drivers from all over the continent recognize the many advantages of electric mobility”, said proud Gareth Dunsmore, director of Electric Vehicles for Nissan in Europe.
The executive added that his goal “is to offer to our customers all over the world a more secure and sustainable future thanks to our range of electric vehicles, including the Nissan LEAF and e-NV200. To lead the sales, we are encouraging many drivers to switching to an electric vehicle and, ultimately, to contribute to a future of zero emissions.” We’ll see how continues to evolve the market and if Nissan is on the right path of mobility.
Source – Nissan